Attendees will gain skills on:
• Quality of Care
• Antimicrobial Stewardship
• Hand Hygiene
-Advocacy through interactive exercises
-Innovative thinking through skill sharing
Ultimately, we aim to connect a diverse group of next generation thinkers with UHC and UFH and Global Health through stimulating and exciting activities and by specifically focusing on the diverse communication and advocacy tools used to engage young professionals and students in the topics of UHC and Public Health.
This workshop first took place over half a day on March 3rd 2018 and provided participants with a platform to spark innovative thinking and to utilize dynamic interactive exercises to capture reflections from participants.
Participants are carefully invited to create an unique environment with a range of minds representing Kenyatta National Hospital and students from the University of Nairobi (ca 40 Students).
Furthermore we hand pick local and international speakers to provide these talks and help facilitate the teamwork exercises.